Chesterfield motorbike death crash pair named

A stretch of the A632 The men died on a stretch of road between Matlock and Chesterfield

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Two men who died when the motorbike they were on crashed and hit a wall in Derbyshire have been named by police.

Rider Daniel Green, 23, from North Wingfield, and pillion passenger Jamie Lynch, 22, from Chesterfield, were thrown from the blue Honda motorbike on Thursday night.

They were travelling from Matlock towards Chesterfield on the A632 Amber Lane stretch at Kelstedge.

Derbyshire Police said both men died at the scene.

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